Category: Librarianship – Library, information literacy, education, and culture


Digital Literacy Skill of Students in Public Higher Education Institutes

This research is the quality research with the objective of studying the digital literacy skill of students in public higher education institutes. A structured questionnaire was used as a tool for the study and the samples were 6 experts in digital learning, education science, and teaching methodology, who were selected by purposive sampling. By analyzing


What Makes Them Flip the Pages? An Information Literacy Skills Assessment of the DLSU Integrated School Grade 9 Students

In the LIS literature, emphasis was and always been on the importance of information literacy as a life-long skill that does not only contribute to academic excellence but also in the performance of simple everyday tasks. In this paper, the former contention is to be highlighted. To borrow Varlejs and Stecs (2014) thoughts – information


Factors Influencing the Decisions of Non-Medical Professionals in Barangay Tugatog, Malabon in Choosing the Most Appropriate Health Information

“Laughter is the best medicine” already became a household phrase, oftentimes used as a joke when someone doesn’t want to take medication. Health Information in the Philippine setting is very complex. It is a combination of early traditional and modern scientific practices. Libraries play critical roles in the e-health era. They are tasked to help